" Sideways at any speed."
" The power to innovate."
" The hottest Buick this side of a banked oval."
These are just a few of the ad campaign slogans of one of the hottest cars to ever hit the streets in the 1980's. Our 1987 Buick Grand National has just 8,800 actual miles from new. 100% original paint and interior. The original owner did just a few performance modifications such as; a performance chip ( we have the original) perfomra exhaust and a boost gauge in the A pillar. We replaced the original tires due to age and the originals will come with the car.
Options include: Delco AM/FM cassette stereo, tilt steering column, delay wipers, rear window defrost, remote mirror, G80 posi-rear end.
Clean , clear carfax.
This is an excellent, investment quality Grand National that will only rise in value.
This is the sixth in a 30-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Scottsdale collector car auction
This is the 16th vehicle in the 30-day Countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s 47th annual Scottsdale auction.
Things for Buick in the late 1970’s and early 1980’s were much like they are now.
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April 4th 2020 at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park, first FuelFest hosted in Phoenix
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We’ve seen people who use fingerprints to unlock their cell phones. We’ve also seen Jeeps with printed-on-vinyl topographic maps wrapped on their hoods. And now Porsche — you read that correctly — Porsche is offering to put your fingerprint on the hood of your sports car. “A Porsche as personal as your own fingerprint,” the […]